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Me And My Uncle
Don't Ease Me In
Brown Eyed Women
Beat It On Down The Line
Big Railroad Blues
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Playing In The Band >
Dark Star >
Morning Dew >
Playing In The Band
One More Saturday Night
- There is a "Yellow Rose Of Texas" tuning just before they play "El Paso"
- This is a remaster of shnid 132378.
- "Mexicali Blues" through to end of show has been pitch corrected, my thanks to Rob Bertrando for his assistance.
- There were what can only be describes as "ticks" or "crackles" randomly scattered throughout the show, these have been removed as far as possible.
- There were two small patches of distortion near the end of "Morning Dew" These have not been completely eliminated but do sound a lot better.
- I also repaired a small dropout in Jack Straw.
- The last 29 seconds of Set I have been added to the start of Set II. If you crank up the volume you can here someone, possibly Weir, say "Everybody ready?" to which the crowd respond "Yeah" and then he says "Not you stupid". Then a little bit later Weir counts them in to PITB
March 30, 2023 Subject:
October 22, 2022 Subject:
The Birth of the Playin sandwich.
And boy is it thrilling. It's odd how effective it was yet they waited a year to start experimenting with it again. Every jaw must have dropped when they charged back into the Playin jam like it was nothing. And of course the first Philo Stomp is great. Not the best of them but the thematic jamming that ends Dark Star is overall really good stuff. But I think I like the Playin that surrounds it a bit more. It's extremely focused music.
March 26, 2022 Subject:
recording of a great show. I love how audible Bob's guitar is in many 1972 shows: just listen to his work in Bertha, Don't Ease Me In, it's more lead fills than rhythm. Even when he plays more traditional rhythm guitar, like Brown Eyed, it's still a lot more interesting that most rhythm guitar.
Charle Miller and SIRMick = awesome.